Chennai: Alleging that the “unbridled attacks” on the Hindu leaders and members have been creating a sense of insecurity in the state, particularly in the coastal Ramanathapuram district, the Hindu Munnani has sought action against the terror organisations targeting the Hindus.
Demanding that the state government order a detailed probe into the violent attacks on Hindus by these terror outfits, Hindu Munnani founder-convener Ramagopalan cautioned that if appropriate steps were not taken by the government then “Ramanathapuram district could turn into another Kashmir.”
Claiming that several parts in Tamil Nadu including Ramanathapuram were turning into a “haven” for the Islamic State (ISIS), he said the police should gather information on their activities and take firm steps to curb this terror network.
The Munnani’s Ramanathapuram district secretary K. Ramamurthy met the district collector and superintendent of police, recently, and submitted a memorandum urging the authorities to contain the “Islamic fundamentalism” and also alleged that the Hindus in the district lacked protection.
Further, he claimed the state government had not compensated the families of scores of Hindus who were murdered by the terror groups in the recent past.
Meanwhile, Tamil Nadu Muslim Munnetra Kazhagam has condemned state BJP leader H. Raja’s remark that K. Syed Mohammed who was shot dead by sub-inspector A. Kalidass during interrogation at the SP Pattinam police station (in Ramanathapuram district) was a “history sheeter”.